Roger Bernadina was scratched from Wednesday's lineup after getting something in his eye.
It's no big deal, as Bernadina is available off the bench. Steve Lombardozzi is now starting in left field Wednesday.
Eric Chavez (oblique) could begin a rehab assignment as soon as next week.
"Everything has been good -- hitting, running, throwing," Chavez said. "I didn't know really what to expect, but [it's] gone really good." Chavez has already missed three weeks of action and doesn't figure to be activated until the tail end of June, at the earliest.
Dewayne Wise's (hamstring) return is being delayed by a rib injury.
Wise has played in three rehab games and seems to be over his hamstring ailment, but now he has a new injury to deal with. It's not clear how long this will set him back.
Ruben Tejada (quad) remains unable to do any lateral movements.
Tejada is limited to fielding grounders hit right at him, as well as hitting off a tee. He missed seven weeks with a right quad strain last season, and it's looking like he could miss that much time again, which would put his return in mid-July.
Cubs manager Dale Sveum said Wednesday that he expects David DeJesus (shoulder) to miss about a month.
DeJesus on Monday was diagnosed with a right shoulder strain, an injury he suffered when he slammed into the center field fence last Friday. The Cubs will use Ryan Sweeney as their primary center fielder while DeJesus is out.
Asdrubal Cabrera (quad) will take batting practice Friday for the first time since hitting the DL.
Cabrera has been on the shelf since June 4 because of a right quad strain. He should be cleared to return to the Indians' active roster in less than two weeks.
Josh Hamilton is batting seventh Wednesday for the first time since signing with the Angels.
Hamilton has hit primarily second, fourth or fifth in the Anaheim batting order but will get a big bump to seventh on Wednesday night. The $125 million man is sporting a rough .213/.269/.388 slash line this season.
Derek Jeter (ankle) took batting practice Wednesday for the first time since his second ankle fracture.
It's another big step for the rehabbing shortstop, who is working out at the Yankees' spring training complex in Tampa, Florida. Jeter has been hitting off a tee and doing light fielding drills for about a week and is currently on track to return to the Yankees' active roster shortly after the All-Star break.